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Endo Susumu
Incorporated Educational Institution Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology Standing Director of Japan Language College Promotion Office
Endo Susumu

Greeting

A New Japanese Language Education Towards A New Era

Hamamatsu Japan Language College (HJLC) and Numazu Japan Language College (NJLC)are located in the center of Japan, Shizuoka Prefecture. It has not only a lot of mechanical industries such as YAMAHA and SUZUKI, and is also famous for its spectacular natural beauty. The educational goal of both schools is to be better colleges to accept international students who wish to go on to universities in Japan, graduate schools, vocational colleges, and to guide students to learn how to live in Japan and Japanese language in a precise manner with detailed guidance. The feature is in education collaboration that utilizes the group capabilities of Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology. For example, there is a "purpose-oriented lesson system" that allows students to freely select classes of computer / CAD and other fields of professional training colleges in the same school building. In addition, you can enjoy fun trips and sports events with Japanese students from other affiliated schools and by these exchange programs, this kind of environment gives them practical usage of Japanese In course determination, we provide many courses not only for passing the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) and Japanese Language Proficiency Test, but also for passing highly-selective universities in Japan. It is our great pleasure to see all the students of our colleges go on to universities, graduate schools or vocational schools in Japan, and to further study at Japanese companies and contribute to the development of their own countries .

Hamamatsu Japan Language College Principal Takeshita Tomohiro
Hamamatsu Japan Language College Principal
Takeshita Tomohiro
Numazu Japan Language College Principal Watanabe Naoaki
Numazu Japan Language College Principal
Watanabe Naoaki

SIST GROUP keeps moving with a Spirit of Foundation “ To contribute to the community by nurturing technical expertise”

History of Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology

May 1940 Shizuoka-ken Driving School opened
April 1956 Auto Mechanic Department is added to Shizuoka-ken Driving School
April 1963 Shizuoka –ken Automobile High School established
July 1970 Shizuoka Professional Training College of Industrial Technology is spun off from Shizuoka-ken Driving School
June 1977 Seiryo Senior High School joins the Group
April 1980 Shizuoka-ken Automobile High School is renamed Shizuoka Kita Senior High School
April 1983 Numazu Professional Training College of Information Technology opens
September 1984 Shizuoka Professional School of Culture joins the Group
April 1985 Hamamatsu Professional Training College of Information Technology opens
July 1990 Shizuoka Automobile Academy, an incorporated educational institution, is separated from the Incorporated educational institution, Shizuoka-ken Automobile Academy
December 1990 Shizuoka-ken Automobile Academy is renamed Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology
April 1991 Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology (SIST) commences operation
April 1996 SIST commences graduate programs
April 1997 Shizuoka Professional School of Culture is renamed Shizuoka Professional Training College of Design
April 2008 Shizuoka Professional Training College of International Communication, Airline, and Resort opens;
Shizuoka Professional Training College of Design, Hamamatsu Campus opens
April 2010 Shizuoka Kita Junior High School opens; Numazu Professional Training College of Information Technology
is renamed Numazu Professional Training College of Business and Information Technology
April 2011 Seiryo Junior High School opens
April 2011 Shizuoka Professional Training College of Design, Hamamatsu Campus is renamed Hamamatsu Design College
April 2011 Hamamatsu Japan Language College Opened (Admission Capacity: 100 students)   
April 2014 Hamamatsu Japan Language College  (Admission Capacity increased 150 students)
April 2015 Hamamatsu Japan Language College (Admission Capacity increased 225 students )
April 2017 Numazu Japan Language College  (Admission Capacity 100 students)
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